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Problem 3 Easy Difficulty

The Oxford Dictionary defines the word nominal as a value that is “stated or expressed but not necessarily corresponding exactly to the real value."$^{[18]}$ Develop a reasonable argument for why the term nominal rate is used to describe the annual percentage rate of an investment account that compounds interest.




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